Gilbert Samuel Philomath : A sexennial diary, or an almanack for six years : containing certain astrological judgments for the said years, with several new and useful problems, very satisfactorily resolved in a manner more easie, and far different from any extant in any other almanack; particularly for finding the golden number, the epact, the moons age, her coming to south, the time of high water at any port, the cycle of the sun, dominical letter; roman indiction, what day of the week the first day of any moneth happens for ever, how long the moon shines when she riseth and setteth, with all her quarters. All of them by sure and short rules for ever. To which are added 9 large tables for all vertical declining dyals speedy drawing, with directions at large for the use of them. Price 6d. By Samuel Gilbert, Philomath.